I liked Hillis for his "can do" attitude...He reminded me of Eddie Mac...A player that was often overlooked but stepped up and got it done when called on...These guys did more on sheer determination and love of the game than the superstars like Marshall etc. did with their skill.
I'd really like to hear an honest answer from McDaniels on why he didn't play Hillis more, especially in situations where you knew that Hillis was likely to come through for you...
Jeff Z. (the "not quite as skinny" one)
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"...anything else i can do for you guys, how about i wash your car or mow your lawn while you figure out your firewall system? I am now boarderline insane/unibomber." Kipper
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